"Twisted Realism" A visual artist, creating moody black and white tonal drawings in charcoal, pastel and graphite. Inspired by the human figure, story telling and Europe.


Later that night in my room above Rue Richer. Isolation like never before.

“I Watch The Time, For What It's Worth” (114.5 x 76.5cm) Charcoal, Pastel, Graphite on Paper

Back at the hotel, 
my small room had a television with the time displayed on the bottom corner. As the numbers rolled over, I calculated her celestial movements back around the earth, until the moment she landed.


Movie Moments (Time To Leave) (114.5cm x 76.5cm) Charcoal, Pastel and Graphite on Paper

Finally it was time for her to leave.
It was midday when Wendy disappeared up the futuristic glass tunnels of the Aeroport Charles De Gaulle. Heart-wrenching, tear-jerker moments like these were only to be experienced in movies.
I stoically turned and walked off into Paris. I was filled with an overwhelming sense of being alone, immense isolation.